South Dakota Supreme Court Sides with Panhandler in Stop, Frisk Case

Posted on May 28, 2015

The South Dakota Supreme Court has reversed the conviction of a panhandler who challenged that his arresting officer had no reasonable suspicion to stop and frisk him.

Justices ruled in the case of Rapid City resident David Walter, who received a three-year suspended sentence in June after being found guilty of meth possession.  

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